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Me and my friend want to play, but we have it on different platforms(steam&gog). There is the way to play it via ip, but we have no idea how to do it, where you can find ip when you start "the server" and all thoes basics
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How to set up a dedicated Terraria server for networking newbies

Terraria‘s fourth major content update, Journey’s End, is here. Fit with new bosses, a balance overhaul, graphical improvements, and over 1,000 new items, Journey’s End feels like Terraria 2. One thing that, thankfully, hasn’t changed is multiplayer. Even with the new additions, Journey’s Endis a multiplayer game at its core, and the best way to play with your friends is through a dedicated server. Here’s how to set up a dedicated Terraria server, even if you know nothing about networking.

Further reading

Setting up the server

Before diving in, here are a few notes. We’re going to show you how to set up a dedicated Terraria server without a configuration file. Terraria has a server setup wizard, which makes the process dead simple. Additionally, if you want others to access your server from external networks, you’ll need to set a static IP for your router and forward a few ports. This varies wildly from router to router, but we have a few helpful resources at the end of this section.

First, you’ll want to navigate to your Terraria install folder. If you’re running the game through Steam, the default installation location should be C:Program Files (x86)SteamsteamappscommonTerraria. Once there, open TerrariaServer.exe to launch the server config window and bring up a list of all available worlds. You can find the same executable in C:GOG GalaxyGamesTerraria if you purchased the game through GOG. 

Tip: Create a shortcut to TerrariaServer.exe on your desktop for easy access.

Each world is stored locally on your computer’s hard drive. If you have not created a world yet or wish to start a new one, type “n” into the command line and hit Enter to create it. You will then get a prompt to set the world size (1 = small, 2 = medium, and 3 = large) and name it. The world will generate after completing the aforementioned steps, and once done, you will be able to select it as the server’s dedicated world.

To select a world for the server, type in the corresponding number in the Chosen World field. Afterward, you can make the following configurations:

  • Set the maximum number of players. The default is eight, but you may specify a number other than that as the server cap.
  • Set the port. Unless you’re running multiple servers and need to set a different port, you can just hit Enter to use the default, which is 7777.
  • Enable port forwarding. Type “y” to enable port forwarding or “n” if you do not wish to use it.
  • Set your password. If you want to set a password for your server, type it in the field directly right of Password, then hit Enter. Doing so without typing anything will mean there is no password for the server.

After this, the world will be set and playable for all those who connect to the server. If you wish to change the settings for the world, you can do so from within the server console window. Changes can be made on the fly, too, even while you’re playing. This allows you to implement changes in your Terraria world in real time. You can make the following configurations to your server:


If you’re planning on playing with others who are not connected to the same LAN/router as the host computer, you will need a static IP address and port forwarding for your Terraria server so others can access it. We have a guide on how to change your IP address, as well as how to port forward, if you’re unfamiliar. Port Forward also offers detailed instructions for specific routers, broken down by make and model.

Connecting to the server

Once you’ve got a server up and running, the next obvious step is to connect to it.

To connect to the server from the same computer on which it’s hosted:

Step 1: Launch Terraria as you would normally.

Step 2: Select Multiplayer >Join via IP.

Step 3: Select the character you wish to use.

Step 4: Type in either “localhost” or “” when asked for the IP address.

To connect to the server from a different computer than the one on which it’s hosted:

Step 1: Launch Terraria as you would normally.

Step 2: Select Multiplayer >Join via IP.

Step 3: Select the character you wish to use.

Step 4: When asked for the IP address, type in the global IP address for the router the server PC is connected to.

To connect to the server if players will be playing on the same local connection:

Step 1: Find your computer’s IPv4 address. 

Note: This is a relatively simple process, so don’t freak out if you don’t understand how to do it. To do this, all you need to do is pull up the search bar on your Windows Start Menu and type in the letters “cmd.” 

Once you’ve done this, run the Command Prompt. After the command prompt is open, type “ipconfig” in the window and click Enter. You’ll see your IPv4 address appear below Ethernet Adapter Local Area Connection or Wireless LAN Adapter Wireless Network Connection 2.

Step 2: Be sure to record the IPv4 address for your computer by writing it down somewhere, then open Terraria like you would normally. 

Step 3: Select Multiplayer, then click Join via IP. 

Step 4: Pick the character you want to play with. 

Step 5: Once the system asks you to type your IP address, enter the IPv4 address you wrote down in Step 2.

Usually, players should be able to connect to the server at the same time, no matter if they use the internet or LAN. If this doesn’t work, double-check that you’ve followed all of the previous instructions. Check that you’ve configured the server and network correctly. After everything is established, you can enjoy playing your games on your brand new server. 

Implementing a connection to a special Terraria server may be a bit intimidating for some people. This is typically the case if you have 0 experience working with network configurations. Fortunately, the game is beginner-friendly. So, even those without adequate background should have a smooth setup experience. And even if you aren’t the head networker for your team, it’s still helpful to acquire some back-end knowledge. This will come in handy if you encounter connectivity issues. 

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How do I join multiplayer servers in Terraria?

I think it's much easier to use Hamachi.

Both players will need to download Hamachi

The Hamachi website has gotten a bit confusing these day because they try to trick you into downloading LogMeIn. Hamachi is sort of a legacy product they keep around.

How to Setup A Terraria Server With Hamachi

  1. Make an account for their website.

  2. Click "Try it Free" to download the installer. It's actually completely free. Just uncheck "Try Pro Version for 15 days" to avoid any more commericals.

  3. Install Hamachi and sign in.

  4. Hamachi will automatically assign virtual IP addresses to each person.

  5. Make and name a group in Hamachi.

  6. Have your friend ask to join the group on the Hamachi website.

  7. Approve the join request on the website.

  8. The player hosting the game starts the server.

  9. The player joining the game enters the Hamachi IP address.

Why is this better than using your actual IP address?

The Bad

  • As Sadly Not mentioned, the host has to configure his or her router to forward data on a certain port (port 7777 for Terraria) to the Terraria application. (You can read more about port forwarding) Unfortunately, configuring a router for the first time can be like traversing the Labyrinth of Crete - lonely and full of swearing.

  • The main annoyance is that, most likely, nobody in the house knows the password to the router, so you can't even start your grim adventure in the first place.

  • If you're the reincarnation of Theseus, however, here's a nice site with instructions (sometimes outdated) for different router, and a video.

The Good

  • Hamachi creates a Virtual LAN.

  • Remember those LAN parties where everybody brought their desktops and connected to one router and games just figured out how to connect? No? Anyways, Hamachi does that with software. Everybody in the same Hamachi group will seem like they're all locally connected

  • And that means no port forwarding. Yay!

  • Apparently using Hamachi reduces the lag in a multiplayer game too. "Can anything be done to fix the lag in Terraria Multiplayer?"


Mobile Terraria Mobile 1.3 Multiplayer Setup Guide

This thread is intended to be an overview/guide for setting up your very own multiplayer sessions for Mobile Terraria in the 1.3 era. As a reminder, you now have several options for hosting and playing multiplayer as compared to 1.2 era mobile, where it was limited to device-hosted local only. As a reminder, all of the following are now possible:
  • Local Device-Hosted
  • Local PC-Hosted
  • Online Device-Hosted (Wifi Only)
  • Online PC-Hosted
Multiplayer works across device families, so you should have no trouble connecting Android to iOS, Phones to Tablets, etc.

In general, Mobile Multiplayer now works like non-Steam PC multiplayer Terraria, so any guides or articles on that topic could also be useful if the guide below does not meet your needs. With all of that said, let's get started!


(Click a topic to head to that section)

Introduction to the Multiplayer Menu/Interface on Mobile 1.3
Multiplayer Features
Multiplayer Hosting Options
Hosting via PC
Hosting via Mobile Device
Connecting to a Game​


This section will help you become familiar with the new Multiplayer Menu on Mobile Terraria. Once you tap the Multiplayer option on the main menu and you select which player you want to use (or make a new one!), you will be whisked away to the screen shown below.

Local Menu.png

You will immediately notice that there are two tabs here: Local and Online. As you might expect, each tab relates to either Local (same wifi) or Online servers.

  • Local: Shows any currently-active servers on your wifi network that you could join
  • Online: Shows any servers that you have played on previously. More on that later.

You will see a Host button here - this button is what you use if you want to host from your device whether online or local (hosting one = available for both!). More on that in later sections.

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On the Online tab, you will see a list of past online servers on which you have played before. The info here includes the name and evil present on the world as well as world size and normal vs expert. Next to that you will see the IP address and Port for each server (we have blocked those out here for obvious reasons). You have several controls here at your disposal:
  • Favorite: Star this server as a favorite. This will place it at the top of the list and will make you unable to accidentally remove it from your list.​

  • Remove: Removes any selected non-favorited server from your list.​

  • Play: Join the selected server​

  • Add: Join a new server on which you have not previously played or is not on your list (because you removed it)​

That's pretty much it for the main multiplayer menu! There are more details, of course, but let's dive into those when we get to each related section.

Return to Table of Contents


Once you get in-game, you will notice a few new features available that you will not see during a Single Player game. Let's take a moment to go over those and how they work, shall we?


First up is our brand new in-game multiplayer chat system! With this, you can type out messages to your fellow players without ever having to leave the game. Here's how it works...

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See that little chat bubble in the upper right corner? View attachment 225667Where the Tutorial Lightbulb is on Single Player? That's how you bring up the multiplayer chat! Simply tap that button to bring up the chatbox (seen in the upper middle of the screenshot above).

Within the chatbox, you can see every message that players or the server has sent by swipe-scrolling up/down. If you want to say something to everyone, tap the pencil icon or the text box that says "Write your message here...". This will bring up your device's keyboard where you can punch in whatever you want to say. Once you hit enter, your message will appear both in the chatbox and over the top of your character in the world.

To close the chatbox, simply tap the chat bubble icon again.



When you are in a multiplayer session, you also get access to the Multiplayer Menu. From here, you can see what other players on the server are doing, join up in teams, enable/disable PvP, and even teleport to friends!

MP Menu.png

To access the multiplayer menu, open your inventory screen by tapping the menu button
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in the lower left corner.
Next, tap the crossed swords icon
MP Button small.png
. This will bring up the screen shown above.

From here, you can do the following (and here's how):
  • See what other players are doing - each player has their very own portrait listed here. You will be able to see their current appearance and an animated view of what they are doing at that very moment.
  • Join Teams - simply tap a colored shield icon to place your player on that colored team. This is very handy for group exploration, to know where everyone is, and for certain PvP modes (looking at you, Capture the Gem!).
  • Teleport - this allows you to teleport instantly to another player on the server, with two important pre-requisites:
    • You must have at least one Wormhole Potion (found in chests or crafted with 1 Bottled Water, 1 Specular Fish, and 1 Blinkroot)
    • The player to which you want to teleport must be on the same team color as you.
    • If you meet both criteria, simply tap the player you want to teleport to and then tap the Teleport button (it will be grayed out if you are not able to do so)
  • Enable/Disable PvP - want to take on your friends and enemies? Once you enable PvP, your player will take damage from any other player that also has PvP enabled (and vice versa). Tapping this button will toggle PvP on/off for your player.
    • Teammates (same color) should be immune from friendly fire. :)

Terraria Mobile now offers you a few options for hosting your very own game. We will cover these briefly and then go into detail on how to set up each of these.

  • This is where you choose to host the game for others via your mobile device.
  • Please remember that you will still need a Wifi connection for hosting
  • Also note that less-powerful devices will be less capable of hosting
    • This means you should not try to host a server with a ton of people on lower end devices
    • Performance will also be impacted by factors such as the power of the host's device, their internet connection, and the number of players/size of the world/what is going on in-game/etc.
  • So - choose your host wisely! ;)

  • Along with the Mobile 1.3 update, we are releasing a standalone PC program that will allow you to run a Mobile server from your PC.
  • This allows for a more stable hosting environment - one with stronger hardware and that you can leave up 24/7 if you wanted to.
  • That said, as with Device Hosting, the quality of the hosting will be dependent on the host's hardware and connection - so choose wisely!

The dedicated Mobile Server for PC is located via the link below and is also available at the bottom of Terraria- there is no charge for this server program.


So, how do you set up and join each of these? Let's leap headlong into those topics next!

As we mentioned earlier, using the Terraria Mobile Dedicated Server for PC program (for Windows 7/8/10 64-bit only) is going to likely give you the most stable hosting environment and best performance. You can download this program below for free (also available at the bottom of the Terraria Home Page).


Once you have the program downloaded and unzipped (save it wherever you like), you are ready to get started setting up your very own PC-based Mobile Terraria server!

Before you get started, however, you will need to be sure to Port Forward the router from which you plan to host. We recommend using the default port of 7777. There are tons of guides on how to do this on the internet - and we know that every router is a bit different, but here are some guides that we like:

How to Port Forward - General Guide to Multiple Router Brands - Support | No-IP Knowledge Base
Port Forwarding -®​

Once you have completed this crucial step, you are ready to get started! Here's how:

  • Find the "TerrariaServer.exe" file in the folder where you saved it after unzipping
  • Doubleclick or otherwise open this file
    • You may need to be sure that your antivirus does not block the program
    • You will also need to grant access to your My Documents folder for this program (located in your antivirus settings, or you may be prompted by your antivirus program with a popup)
  • You should see the following:

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NOTE: If you see errors referencing XNA problems, you may need to download and install Download Microsoft XNA Framework Redistributable 4.0 from Official Microsoft Download Center(you may need to find the version for your language/region). After installing (and possibly rebooting), try running "TerrariaServer.exe" again.

From this window, you can either select a world that you have already created or create a new world.


  • Worlds created/hosted via the Mobile Dedicated Server for PC will be saved in My Documents>My Games>Terraria>Mobile>Worlds
  • This is to keep these separate from your PC worlds (if you own the PC version), as the two are not compatible and you would risk all sorts of issues trying to load one into the other.
  • Note that you can also pull your worlds to-from your mobile device using the cloud (Google Drive or iCloud) as a bridge between the two
    • Copy the world from your PC/Mobile Device into the cloud using native Files apps
    • Copy the world to your PC Mobile folder/your Device from the cloud
  • Guides to the new File system and how to move files are below

If you choose to create a new world, simply press N and Enter and then follow the prompts to select your world size, expert/normal, and so on. Once worldgen is completed, it will be added to your list for selection.



To get the server going:
  • Select the world on which you want to play by typing in its corresponding number and then hit Enter. (for example, pressing 1 - Enter would load Cipher World in the example above)
  • Next, select the maximum number of players you want to allow. This can be between 2-8 players. Press the number and then press Enter. Pressing Enter only will default to 8 max players.
  • Next select which Server Port you want to use. To keep this simple, we recommend that you just press Enter here to keep it to the default Port (7777).
  • You will be prompted to automatically port forward. This feature does not work most of the time due to differences in routers/modems, unfortunately, so just press Enter again. :(
  • On the final screen, you will be asked if you want to set a password to join the server.
    • Pressing Enter only means no password.
    • If you want a password, simply type it in and press Enter

Once you have pressed Enter on the password screen and let the program do its thing, you should see the following:

PC Server Open.PNG

That's it! Your server is now up and can be joined from any Local mobile device. Online will require a couple of additional steps, but let's cover those in the Connecting To a Game Section.Once you are ready to close things down, have everyone else exit the game and then head into your server window and type Exit and press Enter to close things down for the day.


IMPORTANT: If you are planning to have people join your server via an online connection, you will need to provide them with your external IP address. This can easily be found via What Is My IP Address? IP Address Tools and More

Once you have your IP address and Port (if you followed our advice, that should be 7777) - anyone to whom you provide this info (along with a password, if you set one) will be able to join your server. So - be careful with whom you trust that info! ;)

One last tip we will share is that the Mobile Dedicated Server for PC gives you a handful of useful commands that you can use within the server window. These are pretty self-explanatory we hope:

PC Server Commands.PNG

The Terraria Wiki has a great guide for setting up non-Steam PC servers as well - and since this is very much based on a similar system, you may find this useful: Guide:Setting up a Terraria server

Ok, so that covers hosting via the Dedicated Server for PC... what about if you want to host from your mobile device? We have you covered there too! Before we start, here are a few things to remember:
  • You need to be on Wifi to host.
  • The newer/better device and better connection that you have, the more you will be able to host and the better performance everyone will receive. Remember that your hardware/connection will affect everyone else too.

With that out of the way, let's get started!

To host a game from your device, tap on the Multiplayer Menu to get started.

Once there, choose the Host option from the Local tab. You will be prompted to select a world on which you want to play with your friends. You can always create a new one from this screen just like in Single Player if you so choose. Once you have selected your world, you should see the following screen:

Device Host 1.png

Pretty straight-forward stuff here.
  • The Max Players Slider allows you to adjust the upper limit for simultaneous players on the server at one time.
  • The Password Box, when tapped, will bring up your device's keyboard so that you can enter any password you wish. Anyone wanting to connect to your server will need this!

When you have things set up the way you want, press the Play button, wait for the system to do its thing and load you into the game... and you are officially hosting a Terraria Mobile Multiplayer session!

If you want to host online, however, you will need to be sure to Port Forward the router from which you plan to host. We recommend using the default port of 7777. There are tons of guides on how to do this on the internet - and we know that every router is a bit different, but here are some guides that we like:

How to Port Forward - General Guide to Multiple Router Brands - Support | No-IP Knowledge Base
Port Forwarding -®​

VERY IMPORTANT: If you are going to host from your Mobile Device, you *MUST* use the internal IP address tied to your DEVICE in the port forwarding process. Most online guides (like the ones above) assume you will be using a PC. This is really easy information to find, however:

  1. Go to “Settings” and tap on “Wi-Fi” settings”.
  2. Here tap and hold on your connected network and then select ”Manage network settings”.
  3. Now check the checkbox next to “Show advanced options” and select “Static” under “IP settings”
  4. You’ll find the device internal IP address under the “Gateway” section.
  1. Go to “Settings”
  2. Tap on Wifi
  3. Tap the little i button with a circle around it located next to the wifi network to which you are connected.
  4. You’ll find the device internal IP address next to the second entry labeled "IP Address"


IMPORTANT: If you are planning to have people join your server via an online connection, you will need to provide them with your external IP address. This can easily be found via What Is My IP Address? IP Address Tools and More

Once you have your IP address and Port (if you followed our advice, that should be 7777) - anyone to whom you provide this info (along with a password, if you set one) will be able to join your server. So - be careful with whom you trust that info! ;)

Alright, so you - or a friend - have the server hosted and all set and you are ready to connect and get playing - here's how we do that!


Connecting to a Local Hosted Game is simple and straight-forward. Start off in the Multiplayer Menu.

Local Menu with Server.png

From here, you should be able to see any and all available Locally-Hosted Servers (aka on the same wifi network). To join, simply tap the server that you want to join and press the Play Button.
  • If the server has no password, you will immediately start loading into that world and you should be ready to play in mere moments
  • If the server does have a password, you will be prompted to enter that first.
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Connecting to an Online game requires just a few more steps than a Local game. Let's cover those and get you playing!

Start off once again in the Multiplayer Menu - this time, let's tap the Online tab. You should see the following:

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The list of past servers here will show off any online games you have joined in the past, along with key information. For details on all of this see our Introduction to the Multiplayer Menu/Interface on Mobile 1.3 Section.For now, let's assume you do not have any servers saved (because you won't when you first start out ;)).

To Add a New Server:
  • Press the Add Button. You should then see the screen below:
Add Server.png

  • Enter the IP Address that the host of the server will need to provide to you - have them use What Is My IP Address? IP Address Tools and More if they do not already know this.
  • Enter the Port number - if your host has followed our guide or used the default for Terraria, this should be 7777, so more than likely just leave this alone (we already filled it in for you - aren't we nice?)
  • Press the Play Button

If your host has not placed a password on the server, then you will be in the game in mere moments!

If your host has placed a password on the server (which, hopefully they have provided to you), you will be prompted to enter that password next.​

Requires Password.png

Once you enter the password and press enter on your device's keyboard - presuming you enter the right password, of course - you will join your friends momentarily for some online Terraria goodness!

Well, that's it in a nutshell! We hope that you found this guide helpful in getting going with Terraria Mobile Multiplayer! If you are still encountering issues, you can always ask for further help in the following locations:​

Mobile Technical Support
Mobile In-Game Support




Terraria address server ip

This guide will show how to set up a game for multiplayer via LAN. With Steam version or overwise.

General setup


To be able to play with friends you need to connect your computers in LAN with software like Radmin VPN

And you all need to be in the same network - gaming or private


Make sure everybody has the same game version

How to create Terraria multiplayer server

You need to access Terraria Server file. There are two ways of doing it:

  •  if you have Steam version. In Steam go to Terraria -> Properties -> Tab Local files -> Browse local files. Local folder with all Terraria files should be opened. There you need to find file "start-server.bat" you need to double click on it
  • if don't have Steam version. Right-click on the game icon on the desktop and Choose "Open file location". Local folder with all Terraria files should be opened.  There you need to find the "TerrariaServer" file. Double click on it to launch.

After you've launched the file black command window will be opened

    1. type in 3 to create Builder's workshop or type "n"  to create a New World then press Enter (depending on the game version  list can be different, so please read all the instruction from the program carefully)
    2. type in number of players, maximum is 16, press Enter
    3. server port by default is 7777, just press Enter again
    4. automatically port forward? type in "y" and press Enter
    5. next you can setup server password or leave it blank. If you choose to have a password you need to share it with your teammates
    6. Press enter and you should see several progress report running in the window. In he end it should say - "Server started"

Now on to the game itself!

    • Open Terraria, click on Play in the main menu -> Multiplayer -> Join via IP (or just Join) -> Choose a player and then enter your IP from Radmin VPN:
    • Next enter the server port. By default it's 7777
    • Enter the password if it's required

Send to your teammates your Radmin VPN IP, port (by default it's 7777) and  server password if you set it up

How to join Terraria multiplayer server

  1. Make sure you've done all the steps from the General setup section of this article
  2. Open Terraria, click on Play in the main menu -> Multiplayer -> Join via IP (or just Join) -> Choose a player and then enter host's IP from Radmin VPN. If you don't know it right-click on his nickname in the Radmin VPN network and choose copy IP address

  3. Enter port number - by default it's 7777
  4. If server requires a password - the Host should tell you this one

And you're done! Enjoy the game :)

How to find teammates for multiplayer

Radmin VPN has some Terraria gaming networks

and Terraria section on Discord Server


If you can't see your friends  or any servers in the game:

  1. make sure you all have the same game version
  2. make sure you did all the steps in the instruction above
  3. try to turn off firewall, if it helped - add the game to the firewall exceptions:
  • Click "Start" then "Connections" then "show all connections"
  • Double-click your Internet connection, and then click "Properties", then "Advanced", then "Settings ..." (Windows firewall), then click "Exceptions

    You must have the game files listed as exceptions
  • To do so, via the "exceptions" menu, click on "Add a Program", double-click on the game.
4. If you're getting some errors with Radmin VPN here are the solutions to most of them


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